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I am a photographer and I got this camera for when I want to take pictures of family and not having to get out my Nikon everytime and MISS a perfect shot. I got my camera in Dec of '09 LOVED it, but in Feb of '10 it stop working! It wouldnt charge, it wouldnt come on?? I figured it was the battery, bought a new and it STILL doesnt work! Is it just the camera??? Help me please!

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    I have always been fond of Kodak. But my mentors talked me into getting a Nikon. I figured it was the battery, and got one two months ago. But I see Im not the only person that has had a prob. So it may just be the camera and not the operator.


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I'm surprised that you, a photographer who uses a Nikon, would buy a Kodak instead of a Nikon point and shoot. At any rate, the camera is obviously defective and you should take advantage of the warranty. Why, if it stopped in Feb. have you waited till Sept. to be concerned?

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